NEW TEACHER TURNKEY SOLUTION

Our courses help new teachers by preparing them to enter their IB classroom.

  • LEARN ALL THE IB ELEMENTS

    Our courses will help new teachers learn all the key components of successfully managing an IB classroom. All this can be done at their own pace, schedule and on any device.

  • SIMPLIFY THINGS FOR IB COORDINATORS

    IB coordinators can onboard all their new teacher using the courses. New teachers can then demonstrate their successful completion of the course by presenting their certificate.

  • REAL CLASSROOM EXAMPLES

    New IB teachers will be able to see real classroom examples of IA, Unit plans, Lesson plans. They can then test their comprehension through assessments and exercises.

IBTROVE eLearning course features:

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why we built the courses

Our courses aim to teach and inspire IB educators through quality professional development. Our aim is to help guide you along your IB journey. All courses are designed to resonate with diverse learners across multiple environments and are designed for global use.

A few testimonials from fellow IB teachers

“I learned how to “embed [the ATT and ATL] seamlessly into daily instruction and assessment”. ”

IB Coordinator

Bethany Danjuma

“Learning more about ATT and ATL helped put names to things I am already doing in my classroom. I think this helped to show where I am already doing these things so I can be more deliberate in pointing out these to my students and building them into my curriculum.”

IB Literature teacher

Kayla Garvey

“Using Ibtrove courses I was able to get all 20 of my IB teachers trained quickly with minimal disruption to their schedule. Plus we saved quite a bit of money which was the cherry on top.”

Principal

Richard Gant

“The review of the ATL and ATT connection to the learner profiles was very enlightening. This, possibly, provided a framework that I can refer to in the future as I plan.”

Teacher

Joe Pahr

“The course provided a thorough outline of the EE process and answered questions about how to support students through all phases of their work.”

Teacher

Karen Yelton-Curtis

“I really nailed down the ATL and ATT. While I knew of them, I was not well-versed. Making these explicit for students (and keeping them at the forefront for me) should result in a more engaging classroom.”

Teacher

Laura Larkin